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Pop culture meets art in new Adjani exhibition

UNIQUE: Adjani Okpu-Egbe’s work will feature alongside collaborators at Johnson’s Gallery, London, until May 20

JOHNSON’S GALLERY is hosting a photographic exhibition entitled Reflections, which opened on Friday (Apr 20) for one month.

The show features the paintings of Adjani Okpu-Egbe, Christian Furr in collaboration with Photographer, Gered Mankowitz, James Mylne and the sculptures of Emma Elliott and Gary March.

Okpu-Egbe, who studied archaeology, history of political thought and international relations at The University of Buea, is a Cameroonian who ran away from home, dropped out of school and then joined the British Army on his way to becoming an artist.

A preview of the show, running from 6pm to 9pm, takes place at Johnson’s Gallery, 58 Battersea Bridge Road, London, SW11 3AG this Friday. The exhibition runs until May 20.

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